Norwich boss Peter Grant has said he would like to sign Derby goalkeeper Lee Camp on a permanent deal.
Camp has impressed Grant
The 22-year-old moved to Carrow Road on loan from the Rams in September, although he only made his debut in Tuesday's 3-1 win over Leicester.
Camp is set to return to Pride Park on 9 December but Grant has admitted he is keen to keep hold of him.
"We'll look at a permanent deal. I hope Lee's enjoying his time and will want to return," he told the club website.
Camp made his Derby debut in 2003 when aged 18, and has also had spells on loan at Burton and QPR.
Derby have handed a two-and-a-half-year professional contract to midfielder Matt Richards to mark his 17th birthday.
The England Under-17 international is a product of the Rams' youth academy.